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Manhood Stickers: What They Are, What They Do, And Why A Man Should Avoid Them

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By Author: John Dugan
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Tired of pulling out the Magnums, fumbling with the packaging, finally figuring out which end is up, and then pulling it on with care so as not to snap it? Yeah, so is everybody else. To answer this need, there is the Jiftip, a manhood sticker to seal the tip of the member so when the confetti pops, it says contained. Experiencing a mixture of disbelief and a keen interest in how all this works? Read on for all the details on manhood stickers.

What Is a Manhood Sticker?

The Jiftip, or manhood sticker, is a polyurethane film with an adhesive on one side. Think of it as being like one of those round band-aids but without the gauze. They cost about four dollars each and were initially created as a way to avoid using latex protection. However, they are not as effective as rubbers in any way, shape, or form. They do not prevent pregnancy or protect the wearer from giving or getting a partner-transmitted infection (PTI).

What Do Manhood Stickers Do?

Let’s walk through the process step-by-step. A man securely sticks a manhood sticker over his urinary meatus, what laymen call the pee hole, before engaging in an intimate act. The manhood sticker blocks the opening of the member; this keeps pre-release and release fluids from escaping. Basically, it contains the crime scene.

Now a man is faced with two choices. He can release with his member sealed and then remove the sticker during clean-up or he can pull the manhood sticker off before he blows his confetti elsewhere –dealer’s choice.

Who Would Use a Manhood Sticker?

The company that sells these unique manhood stickers clearly states that they are for “novelty, pleasure, convenience or entertainment.” So, if a man is bored on a Tuesday night, should he see if he can pop one off with the force of his release, just for giggles? Who these manhood stickers are not for is those people who want to prevent pregnancy or contracting a PTI.

The Jiftip is marketed explicitly to couples who use the withdrawal method, also known as hoping and praying, for contraception. These manhood stickers could also be useful for partners who want to provide oral pleasure for their man but hate the taste of the fluids involved. In this way, it may be a win-win for everyone. But again, they aren’t going to protect against PTIs or pregnancy.

Serious Consequences of Using Manhood Stickers

In case it isn't apparent, there are some serious concerns about manhood stickers beyond their unprotective status. Here’s the thing: when a man wears a Jiftip, he’s trying to stop the seed from bursting out when he hits his peak. This forces some of the seed back into the urethra. The urethra is an exit-only door. When stuff goes back in, problems arise. In this case, the seed could mingle with some bacteria and cause a nasty infection. This is part of the reason men should urinate after release to ensure all the seed and bacteria have vacated the urethra.

Men who have prostatitis are at a higher risk. Prostatitis is an inflammation of the prostate. For those men, seed already likes to hang out in the urethra, so adding more seed to the mix could increase inflammation and lead to a urinary tract infection.

Next, let’s talk about the force and volume of release. If a man produces a lot of fluid, it may leak out or eject the sticker right off his manhood. Releasing in a high-pressure instance can also back up a man’s system and could lead to severe pain in the member and prostate.

Finally, let’s talk about peeling off a manhood sticker. Who wants to pull a sticker full of jizz off his member? Even the website testimonials for the Jiftip don’t sugarcoat the experience, saying removal hurts. If a man has very sensitive skin, the adhesive can cause irritation and redness.

After all that manhood sticker talk, there’s no time like the present to remember that a member is a life-long friend and needs TLC. Give your male organ a daily treat by using a specially formulated male organ health creme (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which has been clinically proven safe and mild for skin) to calm and nurture the skin. This kind of crème is made expressly for the member to be gentle but efficient. It boosts blood flow, promotes elasticity and tone, and seals in moisture to create a nutritive barrier between the member and the outside world.

Visit www.menshealthfirst.com for more information about treating common male organ health problems, including soreness, redness and loss of male organ sensation. John Dugan is a professional writer who specializes in men's health issues and is an ongoing contributing writer to numerous online web sites.

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